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Month of Mary 15 - Not Slaves, But Instruments

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Having established that Mary does the will of God perfectly, and that by uniting ourselves to Her, we too can be united to the will of God, we now ask if there is anything more than abandoning ourselves to Her care. And, yes, St. Maximilian tells us, to be the graces of the Immaculate. Is this to far? St. Louis had us give ourselves to Mary as Her slave, but St. Maximilian has us be Her instrument. In Her hands, we will become instruments for the salvation of souls, but we must give ourselves without reserve, and She will use us to bring all to God, and to do it in the most perfect, easiest, and most beautiful way: through Her. Today's Prayer: Come, Holy Spirit, living in Mary. Prepare me to be a fit instrument in the hands of the Immaculata. Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to

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